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Chicago Police and federal authorities arrested 71 people in a series of raids overnight targeting organized crime ahead of the Memorial Day weekend.
Judge James O’Hara ordered that the two videotaped depositions would no longer be subject to a protective order “at the time the jury is impaneled.”
The extra officers will be deployed citywide and there will be a heavy police presence in the downtown area and along the lakefront, Johnson said.
“My goal is to right some of the sins of the past,” CPS CEO Janice Jackson said Monday evening at Amundsen High School on the North Side.
Chicago Police Bomb Unit investigators were called after unattended luggage was found near the tracks at Ogilvie Transportation Center.
Several of the more than 80 guns involved in the alleged plan were later recovered at crime scenes in and around Chicago, prosecutors allege.
The language in Rauner’s amendatory veto would raise the burden of proof on prosecutors.
“His family and his kids and his grandkids, that was it for him,” Michael Sacks, his son-in-law, said.
The site of the Chicago Spire has sat empty — save for the enormous hole — since the project’s plans were announced 10 years ago.
Built along the Chicago River, and bordering Roosevelt Road, Clark and 16th Streets, plans include more than a half-mile of continuous riverfront.
“We need their trust. We need their confidence,” she told the Chicago Sun-Times in an interview Thursday.
Federal prosecutors will argue at a hearing next week that Ernesto Godinez should be held without bail. Godinez has a history of run-ins with police.
The officer followed up on the bird’s progress and was told it is “thriving and mothering several abandoned chicks and ducklings at the rescue.”